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Ayurvedic diet plans for weight loss and detoxification

Ayurvedic principles believe that a balanced diet can help in weight loss and detoxification. In this blog, we will explore the Ayurvedic diet plans for weight loss and detoxification.Ayurvedic principles for weight loss and detoxification are based on the concept of balancing the three doshas. Each person has a unique balance of these three doshas, and this balance determines their body type and health condition. According to Ayurveda, the accumulation of toxins in the body leads to weight gain and various health problems.

Ayurvedic remedies for stress and anxiety

Stress and anxiety are common problems that affect millions of people worldwide. Stress is a natural response to challenges and threats, while anxiety is a feeling of worry, nervousness, or unease. When stress and anxiety become chronic, they can lead to a range of health problems, including depression, high blood pressure, and heart disease. Ayurveda offers a holistic approach to managing stress and anxiety that includes diet, lifestyle, and herbal remedies.

Stress Management in Ayurveda

Stress is basic elements of various human diseases and mental illness. It is a term that refers to the sum of the physical, mental, and emotional strains or tensions on a person. Stress is the wear and tear our mind and body experiences as we attempt to cope with our continually changing environment. Stress is also called as anxiety, tension etc. Stress Management in Ayurveda has been explained using majorly shodhana chikitsa. Psychosocial stressor is defined as “any life event or life change that may be associated temporally (and perhaps causally) with the onset, occurrence, or exacerbation of a mental…

Autism – Ayurvedic Perspective

Ayurveda has viewed ASD as a behavioral abnormality with its roots situated in the defective neuropsychological system and disorder in the digestive and metabolic system Autism, typical or atypical disabilities and other autistic disorders fall into the category of Unmada (According to Ayurveda), where one or more of the mental abilities go wrong. The whole concept of unmada incorporates various types of inappropriate behavior shown by the person as a result of the distortion of the normal mind, intellect, conscious awareness, memory, desire, manner, and behavior.

Allergic Rhinitis relief through Nasya

Allergic Rhinitis Treatment in Ayurveda

Mostly it is seasonal, coinciding with the flowering season, which witnesses more pollen in the air. Other allergens like grass pollen, animal dander (old skin), dust mites, mold, and cat saliva can also cause. People generally exhibit one or more symptoms immediately after exposure to the allergen. Allergic rhinitis is the body’s way to protect itself from the allergen. When exposed to an allergen, the body releases histamines, natural chemicals to defend it from contact. This histamine causes the symptoms. Allergic rhinitis can be of two types, seasonal and chronic. Seasonal rhinitis mostly happens in the Spring and Autumn, caused…

Varicose Veins Treatment in Ayurved

Varicose Veins Treatment in Ayurveda

Ayurvedic medicine has been used for centuries to treat various health conditions. One of these is varicose veins. Varicose veins are a common health complaint in people involved in standing for a long time. These are veins that have become swollen, dilated, twisted, and lose their ability to shrink or re-establish their original status. They often occur in the legs.

Benefits of Drinking Lukewarm Water in Winter

Many health experts recommend starting your day with warm or lukewarm water every day. The benefits of drinking hot water are many, but the need for this increases the most when winter starts. The health benefits of lukewarm water in winter increase even more due to cold and dry weather. In winter, the outside environment is cold, in order to create a balance between our body and the environment, we need to keep our body warm. The temperature of the water should be the same as the normal temperature of your body, therefore, lukewarm or hot water is what we…

Dagdha Chikitsa in Detail

Science is not merely a collection of facts and relationship but is more than a composite of these facts, accumulated and systematically correlated over the ages. Classics of Ayurveda has emphasized at various places to take care of wounds which occurs either as a result of vitiated Doshas or of traumatic in origin. Agni Dagdha (Burn) is the thermal coagulative necrosis of tissue, as a result of injury caused by dry heat like flame, radiant heat, electricity, lightning, X-Rays, or highly heated substance (Sun burn etc.). In Ayurveda Acharya Sushruta explained briefly about Agni Dagdha Vrana, in Sutrasthan, chapter 12…

Amlapitta – Causes to Treatment


Hyperacidity (Amlapitta) is one of the most common diseases seen in society. It is seen in all ages, all classes, and all communities. Hyperacidity refers to a set of symptoms caused by an imbalance between the acid-secreting mechanism of the stomach and proximal intestine and the protective mechanisms that ensure their safety. The stomach normally secretes acid that is essential in the digestive process. When there is excess production of acid in the stomach, it results in the condition known as acidity or amlapitta.

Skin Care – Ayurvedic Concept of Skin

Skin is the seat of a sense organ. The senses of touch, pain, temperature, pressure are felt by it. It is a Matruj Avyava i.e. derived from mother or having a maternal origin. It gives external covering to the whole body.The seven layers of skin get their nutrition from Mansa Dhatu {muscle tissue}. It is known as a UpDhatu (secondary tissue product) of the Raktadhatu (blood) because it only mimics the Dhatu’s in beholding the body. It does not do Poshan Karma i.e. do not give nutrition to the other Dhatus.

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